Thursday, November 3, 2011

Eau de French Cologne...

...from JustRite! I'm enamored with JustRite's "Shabby Chic Labels Four,"  as well as their other "Paris" themed stamp sets. I love the direction that JustRite is heading with their beautiful stamp sets so wonderfully made for coloring! Bliss! LOL!

I also love the fact that the sets are designed specifically to work with Spellbinders Labels Four...what a crisp, clean outcome you can achieve with the die cuts!

I designed this card to be one of a set of three. You've already seen the first of the set, designed to Ribbon Inspiration/Stamp Simply Style--Velvet:

You can read about the details of this design HERE.

Back to "Eau de French Cologne":

I stamped the image with Memento Rich Cocoa ink, then colored it with Copic Sketch Markers. Die cut the image panel, attach to designer paper background, and add roses, ribbon bow, and rhinestones.

Materials used:
JustRite "Shabby Chic Labels Four"
Spellbinders "Labels Four"
Prima Fairytale Roses
May Art's Silk Ribbon
Kaisercraft Rhinestones
Prima's "Madeline" decorator paper

All linked supplies are available at The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store. Sharon's having a sale right now, so be sure to stop by!

I'll be back in a day or two with design number three for my set of Paris inspired cards...and a reminder...Ribbon Inspiration/Stamp Simply Style continues on Saturday...hope that you can join us!


Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

Oh my goodness - this is just heavenly -- I LOVE it and can't wait to see the next card in the series. Wonderfully done -- GREAT colors - that pad is a favorite of mine!!!

Marlene (cards4u) said...

Beautiful - love this color combo! And the roses are such a sweet touch : )

Patti Willey said...

Precious paper, and stamp! Love your little roses. This color pallet is great together!

Traci S. said...

Hi Deb~

I still love this card....the colors are so striking. So rich! They would taste delicious! I can't help but think of that when I look at a card!

I was just curious. Have you ever been to Paris? France at all? You seem to be fascinated with stamps with tat theme.

He IS Able!
Traci S.

Ida said...

Gorgeous! Love the last one a lot. Your colors and embellishments just work beautifully.